Barozh-12 archaeological site

“The manufacture of stone tools and the manipulation of fire are the most important extrasomatic milestones in our early evolutionary trajectory.”


S.R. James, Current Anthropology

Photo: Excavation of a Middle Palaeolithic site in Armenia

 

AFFILIATIONS @ YALE

I am fortunate to be affiliated with the Department of Anthropology, the Council on Archaeological Studies, the Yale Peabody Museum, and the Council on Middle East Studies. Follow the links below to learn more about each of them.

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DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY

Yale’s Department of Anthropology, which was founded in 1937, is home to more than 30 faculty members across subfields and, on average, about 120 graduate students and undergraduate majors.

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COUNCIL ON ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES

Yale's Council on Archaeological Studies is an interdepartmental program composed of faculty members from Anthropology, Classics, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, History, and more.

Peabody Torosaurus statue

PEABODY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Founded in 1866, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History is one of the oldest, largest, and most prolific university natural history museums in the world and has collections in ten divisions.

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COUNCIL ON MIDDLE EAST STUDIES

The Council on Middle East Studies serves as a central resource for the Yale community, the region, and the nation on issues pertaining to the Middle East.